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Alexis Hellot, a French photographer and ambitious filmmaker

  • 3 years ago
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Born in Neuilly-Sur-Seine in 1987, he studied Cinema 3 years at La Sorbonne, the most Parisian Flair University. After he graduated, he worked for a French TV show called Tournez Manège (produced by Starling). In order, to pursue his directing career, he moved to L.A in January 2011 and went to LACC for a year. He […]

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Braque in Paris

  • 3 years ago
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Georges Braque at the Grand Palais in Paris “Still seeking to approach as closely as possible to a reality, in 1911 I started introducing letters into my paintings. These were forms that could not be deformed because,being two-dimensional solids, they existed outside space, in contrast, their presence in the painting made it possible to distinguish […]

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French style book

  • 3 years ago
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Cinema, fashion and Art de Vivre. Can we still talk about a typical French style? It’s interesting how seen from outside, France still has this special note. The Parisian Flair chose Bérénice Vila Baudry’s French Style, published at éditions Assouline. Whatever the areas, politics, fashion or daily life, France truly has a unique flair. Both […]

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Fernand Léger

  • 3 years ago
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Fernand Léger in Philadelphia This fall, the Art museum of Philadelphia is honored to show the famous French painter Fernand Léger, a cubism pioneer. The exhibit revolves around his renowned monumental piece “La ville”.The exhibit will take place from October 14th 2013 until January 4th  2014.   It will then travel to Venice at the […]

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Nicolas Suissa, playlist contributor

  • 3 years ago
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  How do you feel about France and French people? When I first moved to San Francisco I liked to go along with the stereotypes about French people and hated them. But I came to realize that the longer I am here, the more I miss them! Haha. French people can be a little rude and […]

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Les Misérables

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Les Misérables by Victor Hugo Les Misérables (usually /leɪ ˌmɪzəˈrɑːb/) is a French historical novel by  famous author Victor Hugo. The Flairs chose this wonderful novel. It is a must read. You may have seen the movie or the musical but in order to truly discover French culture we recommend that you read Hugo’s magical work!               Choose […]

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Anne is a French photographer who loves traveling

  • 3 years ago
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How do you feel about France and French people? I’m very proud of my country, it’s very diversified: every region has its own identity concerning landscapes, architecture, and food. I travelled a lot and although I live in Paris, I am still amazed by the beauty of my city. French people are individualistic and I’m fine with it. What […]

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The whirlwind of life

  • 3 years ago
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Jeanne Moreau in the French movie Jules and Jim a must see.

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Bon appétit

  • 3 years ago
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When you have a good appetite all is good! A funny video from the Asterix and Obelix cartoon. Presenting a Gallic cartoon. A tribute to gruyère cheese, saucisses / sausages, beer, wine and sanglier / wild pig. Il ne faut pas manger pour vivre mais vivre pour manger / One mustn’t eat to live but […]

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Rob

  • 3 years ago
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Rob, the unsung hero There is a big chance you already know about Rob. If you are lucky enough to have seen Phoenix play live or even watched a performance on Youtube, you probably wondered who the tall, long black haired guy was.      That man is Robin Coudert, often credited as the fifth […]

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